In the 1960s and early 1970s, Japan was shaken by massive, sometimes violent waves of protests. The key event was the ratification of the Security Treaty between Japan and the United States (ANPO) in 1960. Japan’s role as a military base for the Vietnam War, the construction of Narita Airport in Sanrizuka and the neoliberal activities of big concerns also led to protests.
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